2017
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-99402017000300005 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: SUMMARY The present study aimed to identify and quantify the components of the essential oil of Zanthoxylum caribaeum and to evaluate the antimicrobial potential of different plant extracts and the essential oil of this plant against different serotypes of Salmonella enterica, which is of greater occurrence and isolated in the western region of Paraná, Brazil. The extraction of the essential oil was performed using Clevenger apparatus and the chemical composition was determined by Gas Chromatography coupled to… Show more

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“…Therefore, α-pinene, β-pinene (Medeiros Leite et al, 2007;Nissen, Zatta, Stefanini, Grandi, & Sgorbati, 2010), limonene (Espina, Gelaw, de Lamo-Castellví, Pagán, & García-Gonzalo, 2013), (E)-caryophyllene (Costa et al, 2008), and spathulenol (Limberger, Sobral, Henriques, Menut, & Bessière, 2004) showed bactericidal activity. β-elemene and spathulenol showed cytotoxic activity (Wang et al, 2005;Yao et al, 2008), β-selinene showed insecticidal and antibacterial activity (Chu et al, 2011;Souza et al, 2017), and bicyclogermacrene showed fungicidal activity (Silva et al, 2007).…”
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“…Therefore, α-pinene, β-pinene (Medeiros Leite et al, 2007;Nissen, Zatta, Stefanini, Grandi, & Sgorbati, 2010), limonene (Espina, Gelaw, de Lamo-Castellví, Pagán, & García-Gonzalo, 2013), (E)-caryophyllene (Costa et al, 2008), and spathulenol (Limberger, Sobral, Henriques, Menut, & Bessière, 2004) showed bactericidal activity. β-elemene and spathulenol showed cytotoxic activity (Wang et al, 2005;Yao et al, 2008), β-selinene showed insecticidal and antibacterial activity (Chu et al, 2011;Souza et al, 2017), and bicyclogermacrene showed fungicidal activity (Silva et al, 2007).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…The compound (5) AMPI against Escherichia coli is believed to have antibacterial properties against Gram positive and negative [55]. Kil et al [56], Al-Habib et al [57], Kumar et al [58] and Souza et al [59] reported that the antimicrobial activities of some plant extracts are due to the high quality of the phenolic compounds. Flavonoids have a very large and diverse antibacterial activity.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Para os ensaios antibacterianos alguns autores reportam a atividade do óleo essencial e extrato das folhas de Z. caribaeum frente a S. enterica, onde 5 sorotipos apresentaram CIM e CBM variando de 7000 a 437 µg/mL -1 para o óleo essencial enquanto os extratos metanólico, etanólico e acetona apresentaram as melhores atividades frente a 11 sorotipos de S. enterica com CIM e CBM variando de 200 a 25 mg/mL -1 (Souza et al 2017). Estudos com extrato aquosos, hexânico e acetona obtida da casca do caule de Z. caribaeum apresentaram atividade frente a S. aureus com CIM entre 0,78 e 1,56 µg/mL e E. coli com CIM entre 25 e >100 µg/mL (Pichardo et al 2014).…”
Section: Zanthoxylum Caribaeum Lamunclassified
“…A análise do óleo essencial obtido a partir das folhas de Z. caribaeum forneceu os seguintes componentes: D-limoneno (12), linalool (13), espatulenol (14), β-cariofileno (16), α-muurolol (22), α-cadinol (23), copaeno (24), β-Bourboneno (25), n-hexanol (32), α-tujeno (33), sabineno (34), α-pineno (35), β-mirceno (36), β-E-ocimeno (37), α-felandreno 38 (Nogueira et al 2014b, Souza et al 2017, Feder et al 2019.…”
Section: Zanthoxylum Caribaeum Lamunclassified